"The navigation of caravans resumed from noon on December 1 along the Kerch–Yenikale canal, the Taman Shipping Route," the press service said.
Earlier, Rosmorrechflot reported that navigation through Kerch Strait had been stopped due to adverse weather conditions and a threat of icing of ships.
Russian President Vladimir Putin called the incident a pre-planned provocation, apparently connected to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko's low approval ratings ahead of next spring's presidential elections. Kiev introduced martial law across ten regions of eastern and southeastern Ukraine on Monday, using the Kerch Strait incident as a pretext.
Crimea broke off from Ukraine and rejoined Russia in March 2014, a month after the Western-backed Maidan coup in Kiev overthrew the country's unpopular but democratically elected government.